[doo-chey; Italian doo-che] /ˈdu tʃeɪ; Italian ˈdu tʃɛ/
noun, plural duces, duci
[doo-chee] /ˈdu tʃi/ (Show IPA)
a leader or dictator.
il Duce, the leader: applied especially to Benito Mussolini as head of the fascist Italian state.
[duhks, doo ks] /dʌks, dʊks/
noun, plural duces
[doo-seez, dyoo-, doo-keys] /ˈdu siz, ˈdyu-, ˈdu keɪs/ (Show IPA), duxes
[duhk-siz, doo k-] /ˈdʌk sɪz, ˈdʊk-/ (Show IPA)
British. the pupil who is academically first in a class or school.
(in the later Roman Empire) a military chief commanding the troops in a frontier province.
/ˈduːtʃɪ; Italian ˈduːtʃe/
Il Duce (il). the title assumed by Benito Mussolini as leader of Fascist Italy (1922–43)
(in Scottish and certain other schools) the top pupil in a class or school
1923, title assumed by Benito Mussolini (1883-1945); Italian, literally “leader,” from Latin ducem (see duke (n.)).
duplex (shortwave transmission)
[doo-seez tee-kuh m, doo-seyz tey-kuh m] /ˈdu siz ˈti kəm, ˈdu seɪz ˈteɪ kəm/ noun, Law. 1. .
- Du Chaillu
[doo shahy-yoo, shal-, dyoo; French dy sha-yy] /du ˈʃaɪ yu, ˈʃæl-, dyu; French dü ʃaˈyü/ noun 1. Paul Belloni [pawl buh-loh-nee;; French pawl be-law-nee] /pɔl bəˈloʊ ni;; French pɔl bɛ lɔˈni/ (Show IPA), 1835–1903, U.S. explorer in Africa, traveler, and writer; born in France.
[dy-shahn] /düˈʃɑ̃/ noun 1. Marcel [mar-sel] /marˈsɛl/ (Show IPA), 1887–1968, French painter, in U.S. after 1915 (brother of Raymond Duchamp-Villon and Jacques Villon). /French dyʃɑ̃/ noun 1. Marcel (marsɛl). 1887–1968, US painter and sculptor, born in France; noted as a leading exponent of Dada. His best-known work is Nude Descending a Staircase (1912)
[dy-shahn-vee-yawn] /dü ʃɑ̃ viˈyɔ̃/ noun 1. Raymond [re-mawn] /rɛˈmɔ̃/ (Show IPA), 1876–1918, French sculptor (brother of Jacques Villon and Marcel Duchamp).